I am working with an Accounting Data Company as senior finance executive for past two years. The organization is medium sized organization and uses QuickBooks accounting software to keep the records related to customers, vendors, employees, etc. Undoubtedly QuickBooks is a perfect accounting tool for fulfilling the needs of small to medium sized organizations but it too has chances to get corrupt or damaged. Though various measures are available to fix issues related to QuickBooks corruption but at times these resolutions fail to do any thing needful. In that case opting for third-party QuickBooks repair software is recommended. However, I was unaware of third-party QuickBooks repair software before I faced the problem personally.
Let me narrate the entire episode. I use Windows Vista laptop with quickbooks enterprise. My system or I can say this combination was working fine before I started downloading latest updates of QuickBooks. Another day when downloading an update of QuickBooks,
I encountered the following error message: “Error 16026”
Worried! I restarted the update process but with no luck and even the second time, I was stopped by the same error message. I didn’t understand that what exactly had happened to my QuickBooks thus worried I searched over the internet and found that one of the below mentioned causes could be the reason for this unexpected behavior of QuickBooks:
Further in my search I found that one of the best ways to overcome such situation is use of third-party tool which can repair QuickBooks. The tool which was highly recommended by the users and which I used was Stellar Phoenix Recovery for QuickBooks. The software repairs corrupt/inaccessible QuickBooks database (.QBW) files and recovers all our critical financial information.
Thus, I used this software and repaired my QuickBooks file with all the information related to vendors, customers, and employees intact.